Icon Models Agency Introducing Our New Face Brandon Arnett

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FM42: Who discovered you as a male model?
The person who discovered me is Victor Navarro, director of Icon Models! Seeing his social media post really made me want to try modeling!

FM42: Did you get training or guide you in this modeling world?
Other than the help Victor has given me I,ve spent a lot of time researching how to model online. I watch YouTube biographies on successful models, and try to learn and study their poses all the time.

FM42: When did you become a model?
I became a model when someone first took a picture of me of course.

FM42.: Five things you can´t live without?
I can’t live without very few things. I´m the exact opposite of a material person, in truth I can´t go without good friends, extraordinary memories, a challenge to face, a dream to face, a dream to realize and somewhere to call home.

FM42: Did you have any hidden talents?
I have a lot of hidden talents actually. ! My favorite thing in life is learning new skills. I won’t  reveal too much, but i will say my greatest hidden talent is writing novels.

FM42: Is modeling an easy job or more strenuous than people realize how so?
Modeling to me isn’t very strenuous in the physical aspect, or in the long  hours aspect. It is very difficult to get everything set up for a shoot, and it´s hard for me to put myself out there to meet new connections sometimes. Which is really important as a model.

FM42: Do you ever get shy in front of the camera?
Of course I get shy in front of the camera! When the lens is on you, and you know you´re being judged in a very raw it´s scary! Thats the part I love the most though!

FM42: Was modeling something you always wanted to do, or did it just kinda happen?
I´ve  always been curious about what it would be like to model. I always thought it´d be cool to be on the cover of a magazine, or on a billboard campaign.

FM42: What’s the best and worst thing about being a model?
The best thing is definitely getting to see my pictures done! The worst is waiting on a editorial approval. I get bored really easily haha.

FM42: How important do you think social media is these days for new models?
Social media is an integral part of modeling now. Especially for new  models putting themselves out there.

FM42: Do you try to brand yourself as a model with your social media account. Is so how?
I don´t try to brand myself no. There´s more capable  people than me who can do it for me.

FM42: Any upcoming plans for the fashion industry?
Hopefully some of my upcoming plans include a runway show, and others photoshoots!

FM42: Where do you see yourself in the future as a male model?
I see my modeling career taking me around the world! I want to show other men that being a model is cool!

Photography Director : Juan Loza
Wardrobe: Sunglasses and Umbrella: Versace
Watches: Rolex, Michael Kors, Invicta, Jefrey Bennee, Victorinox and H&M Rings
Balenciaga beige Shirt
Hands Care and manicure: Dora Básaca
Fashion Director , Grooming & Make up : Victor Navarro
Location: Básaca Art Studio

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